Protect federal government data, digital assets, and citizen PII with end-to-end cybersecurity solutions that streamline compliance, enforce identity-based access management, and extend security from the data center to the endpoint device. Learn more about these VMware solutions.
Protect federal data, digital assets, and citizen PII with end-to-end cybersecurity solutions that streamline compliance, enforce identity-based access management, and extend security from the data center to the endpoint device. Support two-factor authentication—including CAC and PIV cards, derived credentials, certificate-based login, biometrics, and third-party authentication services—across web, cloud, and native apps. Align security controls and policies to individual apps.
Build robust data center micro-segmentation that lets IT easily create and manage workload-specific security controls that guard against threats and outsmart traditional perimeter defenses
Reduce ever-increasing, dynamic threats while meeting the stringent requirements of government IT
Fortify from the inside, creating a resilient infrastructure that ensures your agency is ready, responsive, and efficient
Partner with a leader in federal digital transformation, with a portfolio of digital solutions that meet federal compliance and standards. VMware solutions support U.S. government authentication and security requirements, including CAC and PIV card access, Common Criteria, FedRAMP ATO, FIPS 140-2 compliant 256-bit SSL encryption, CJIS, and multiple DISA STIGs.
NIST SP 800-157 (Derived Credentials): AirWatch provides direct integration with various Certificate Authority (CA) vendors to generate and/or deliver a Derived Credential securely down to the mobile device and/or mobile application. In addition, AirWatch integrates with commercially off the shelf (COTS) Derived Credentials solutions, such as Entrust Identity Guard, Intercede MyID and XTec AuthentX. AirWatch also integrates with the DoD Purebred Derived Credentials solution.
NIST SP 800-163 (App Vetting): 800-163 defines the processes ensuring that mobile applications used in public sector are free from design vulnerabilities and that vulnerabilities cannot be inserted into the application throughout the application’s lifecycle. AirWatch can revoke access to applications that no longer meet the agency’s security requirements once deployed. Through the VMware Mobile Security Alliance (MSA), multiple AirWatch partners provide real-time application vetting and reputation scoring analysis, helping agencies comply with NIST SP 800-163